Rain and comfort food is a match made in monsoon heaven. Good Food’s July edition takes classic comfort fare to delicious new heights by tweaking beloved favourites. Think new takes on French fries, meatballs from around the world, knockout seasonal dishes made with jamun and shehtoot and impossibly gorgeous cherry desserts. We also bring you eight rare home-style Kayastha dishes from Preeta Mathur’s new book, The Courtly Cuisine: Kayastha Cooking. Good Food readers get an exclusive 20 per cent discount on the cover price of this just-released book. Happy cooking. And feasting!
BBC GoodFood is UK's first and best-selling food magazine. In 22 years, the magazine has tested, cooked and eaten it's way through 7500 recipies and now has arrived in India, as it's first truly international food magazine. Thoughtfully customised to local taste buds, BBC GoodFood India is here to redefine food in the Indian imagination.